Your privacy and security are our highest priority. Ensuring electronic access to information and services while maintaining privacy is a guiding principle. NEMA collects only the personal information necessary to provide enhanced services to our members. Please note that any information of a personal nature collected by NEMA is protected from disclosure by the personal privacy exemption of state and federal law. Personal data in our possession is maintained and used in ways that respect individual privacy. NEMA educates our employees about the importance of protecting personal information and consumer privacy, and only authorized employees have access to personal information.
Depending on the situation, we may collect the following information about visitors to our website:
• the domain name, but not the e-mail address
• the e-mail addresses of those who communicate with us via e-mail
• aggregate information about which pages consumers access or visit
• information volunteered by the consumer, such as survey information
This information is used only to improve the scope and content of NEMA’s services online.
NEMA will not release personal information to third parties except where it is already provided by law for purposes of notification. We will not provide, rent, or sell personal information to third parties for marketing programs or any other purpose. State and federal law restricts the use of personally identifiable information for commercial purposes.
NEMA uses the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to safeguard your sensitive personal information, including your credit card number, during online transactions. Using this widely accepted form of encryption, your transaction is secured from any computer you use to the emacweb.org computer processing your request.
The emacweb.org processing computers are located behind a secure firewall.
For your protection, never put your credit card number or other sensitive information in unencrypted e-mail. For added security, your credit card information is not stored on a NEMA database, and only authorized employees have access to your credit card number for card-processing purposes.
SSL is highly regarded to be a very safe encryption method, but we fully understand if you are not comfortable entering your credit card information online. In that event, please telephone NEMA headquarters to speak directly to a NEMA staff member.
If you have trouble purchasing securely at our website, then you may be behind a firewall or using a proxy server that doesn't allow for secure transactions. If that is the case, then you may phone or fax your order.
It is the intent of NEMA not to use the ACH system for transactions in violation of U.S. law, including the sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). It is also the intent of NEMA to be in compliance with the "International ACH Transaction (IAT) rules" that are part of the NACHA Operating Rules. Accordingly, all payments made through this website/online application are intended only for payments not associated with a foreign bank account, which would classify it as an "International ACH Transaction (IAT)" under the NACHA Operating Rules.
Since this website's payment application does not accommodate IAT transactions, payors who would be considered IAT payors should use some other method of remitting funds to NEMA. Alternative forms of payment would include check or credit card.
Any trademarks or copyrights that appear on this site are the property of their respective owners, who may or may not be affiliated with or connected to emacweb.org. emacweb.org respects the rights of all copyright holders; therefore, emacweb.org has adopted and implemented a policy that provides for the termination in appropriate circumstances of users and account holders who infringe on the rights of copyright holders. If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, please provide emacweb.org’s copyright agent the following information required by the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. 512: